The 74 Best Home-Based Businesses To Start In America [2021]

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Interested in starting a business in America in 2021?

We put together 74 of the best businesses you can start in America today.

For each business idea, we’ll show you real-world examples of how you can start your profitable, home-based small business in America.

Here's the full list:

1. Start a candle business ($1.2M/year)

DShawn Russell from United States started Southern Elegance Candle Company about 5 years ago, a candle business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 20

Hello! My name is D’Shawn Russell and I am the founder and CEO of Southern Elegance Candle Company. I started the company 4 years ago as a side hustle to make some extra money on the weekends and to get me out of the house. But it quickly grew to much more than I expected.

Southern Elegance Candle Company is all about loving and living in the South. We created home fragrance products that all have a southern theme to them and all of our fragrances are based on Southern agriculture. Apple? Check! Pine? Check! Cotton (or course) Check! Missing the Southern Sunshine? We got a fragrance for you. Our core group of customers are women that live in the South or people that appreciate Southern culture.

Our flagship products at the moment are our candles. We offer three different sizes; travel tin, mason jar and large tumbler. We also have wax melts and room spray. But, we will be slowly rolling out new products over the next year to include an apparel line.

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DShawn Russell, on starting Southern Elegance Candle Company ($100,000/month) full story ➜

2. Start a drinkware brand ($144M/year)

Dylan Jacob from United States started BrüMate over 4 years ago, a drinkware brand.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $12,000,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 20

Hello, my name is Dylan Jacob and I am the founder of BruMate, AKA, The Dehydration Company. We are a unique insulated drinkware brand with a sole focus on the adult beverage community.

Our flagship products are the patented Hopsulator TRiO; which is a 3-in-1 insulated beer koozie that fits 16oz cans, comes with a freezable adapter for 12oz cans, works as a pint glass, and keeps your beer the same temperature from the time you open it until the time you finish it; Our Uncork’d Wine Glasses which are the largest triple-insulated wine glasses in the world and fit over half a bottle of wine; and our Winesulator which fits a full bottle of wine, maintains its temperature for over 24 hours, and allows you to bring wine into glass free zones without hauling around a cooler or ice.

Some upcoming releases include the NOS’R which is the world’s first indestructible insulated nosing glass for whiskey, our Hopsulator Slim which is the world’s first insulated beer koozie for 12 oz slim cans, and our Hopsulator Juggernaut for 24/25oz cans.

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Dylan Jacob, on starting BrüMate ($12,000,000/month) full story ➜

3. Start a solar energy business ($7.2M/year)

David Gomez from United States started Clean Energy Solutions about 7 years ago, a solar energy business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $600,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 20

My name is David Gomez and I’m the founder and CEO of Clean Energy Solutions, based out of Los Angeles, California. We’re a solar energy provider that provides homeowners and businesses with low-cost solar power.

From 2014 to 2019 we have grown over 6700%. Our unique solar program allows clients to save money using solar energy, but without having to actually purchase a solar system. We provide the client with a solar system at no upfront cost, and the client only pays for the energy that the system produces, but at a lower price than their utility would charge them.

Our monthly revenue is around $600,000 with big plans to keep growing. A lot of our growth in the new year will be focused on our energy-efficient affordable housing division.

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David Gomez, on starting Clean Energy Solutions ($600,000/month) full story ➜

4. Start a golf club brand ($6M/year)

Tyler Sullivan from United States started BombTech Golf over 9 years ago, a golf club brand.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $500,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 3

My name is Sully, and I am the proud founder of BombTech Golf. My team and I sell premium golf clubs direct-to-consumer.

  • I offer premium clubs priced fair and designed specifically for "regular" golfers.

  • Flagship product: BombTech Driver (Launched the company with 1 product)

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Tyler Sullivan, on starting BombTech Golf ($500,000/month) full story ➜

5. Start a bedding company ($2.4M/year)

Colin McIntosh from United States started Sheets & Giggles almost 3 years ago, a bedding company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $200,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 6

I’m Colin McIntosh, Founder & CEO of Sheets & Giggles, a pun-based, eco-friendly bedding brand that launched in May 2018 on Indiegogo with our first product: lyocell bed sheets made from eucalyptus trees.

Our bedding is softer than cotton, more breathable, and more moisture-wicking, and it also uses up to 95% less water than cotton sheets to make. (Major trade-off: it’s generally more expensive than cotton, and you have to take better care of it [no bleach, cold wash, low heat, etc.].)

In our first 6 months in business, we received over 6,000 orders and nearly half a million dollars in revenue, and in September we won first place at Denver Startup Week 2018. In October, we began shipping preorders and got about 4,500 out the door, and we’re still catching up with demand! Nearly ⅘ of our customers are women, and more than half are in their 20s and 30s.

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Colin McIntosh, on starting Sheets & Giggles ($200,000/month) full story ➜

6. Start an art business ($51.6K/year)

Sarah Hickey from United States started Innerglow Art over 4 years ago, an art business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $4,300/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

I’m Sarah, an artist from Plano Texas and living out my life long dream of being an artist. I am a stay at home mom to two; my oldest Elijah is 17 months and youngest Skyla is 4 months old. My husband is also an entrepreneur, so our schedules are pretty flexible and our children get to grow up seeing us both pursue our passions.

I started Innerglow Art about 3 years ago. I specialize in painting custom abstract paintings for people’s homes. While most artists avoid the route of commissioned paintings, I truly thrive at the connection of meeting people in their homes and painting a meaningful piece for them.

I feel like this sets me apart from other artists. I incorporate my abstract style with the color combinations to match someone’s home decor to a size that’s perfect for their space. I work closely with them for a few weeks to come up with a painting that’s truly unique for them. My paintings are also inspired by scripture and feel that there is a connection between the word of God and the movement and energy that is expressed through my paintings.

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Sarah Hickey , on starting Innerglow Art ($4,300/month) full story ➜

7. Start a meal prep delivery business ($720K/year)

TJ Clark from United States started Healthy Chew almost 5 years ago, a meal prep delivery business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $60,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $500
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 7

Hi, my name is TJ and I am the co-founder and CEO of Healthy Chew.

Healthy Chew is a weekly meal preparation service based out of Little Rock, Arkansas. Our company focuses on making calorie friendly versions of the foods people know and love. We have dishes like beef brisket with mashed sweet potatoes and green beans, parmesan chicken with seasoned noodles topped with a tomato sauce and a side of broccoli, and chicken enchiladas served with corn, beans, and colorful bell peppers.

When we first started, we sold around 200 bowls each week. We currently sell around 10,000 bowls each month. Most companies like this start the same way, cooking from their primary residence for family and friends. We were no exception. But as we continued to grow, we spent time and money to work out of rentable commercial kitchens until we were able to afford our own.

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TJ Clark, on starting Healthy Chew ($60,000/month) full story ➜

8. Start a moving company ($1.38M/year)

Max Maher from United States started Skinny Wimp Moving over 5 years ago, a moving company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $115,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 40

My name is Max Maher I am a serial entrepreneur, lifelong learner, and a founder of Skinny Wimp Moving!

Starting out, I formed a small landscaping company at 13, a sports supplement company at 16, then a pool service company, called PoolsMax at 18. The amalgamation of these businesses along with ruthlessly saving enabled me to purchase existing moving trucks and warehouse space of an unprofitable moving company which became the first Skinny Wimp Moving Co franchise when I was 19.

Skinny Wimp Moving provides household and commercial moving services based out of Phoenix, Arizona with an emphasis on customer comfort, simple pricing, and friendly faces.

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Max Maher, on starting Skinny Wimp Moving ($115,000/month) full story ➜

9. Start a junk removal business ($300/year)

Sam Evans from United States started You Call We Haul Junk Removal almost 5 years ago, a junk removal business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $25/ month
  • Starting Costs: $1,700
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 3

My name is Sam Evans. I am 23 years old and a recent graduate from Penn State Altoona. I am the founder of You Call We Haul Junk Removal, a junk removal company that removes anything from single items to hoarder home cleanouts. We’re located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and have been in business (part-time) since May of 2016.

We service any and everyone who may have unneeded items they are looking to get rid of. People often ask what items we consider junk, to us junk is anything you no longer need or want.

Our main customers are middle-aged and up adults, typically with a higher income that do not want to or are unable to do the work themselves. We complete over 75 jobs per month, bring in about $20,000 in revenue per month profiting about 65% per job.

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Sam Evans, on starting You Call We Haul Junk Removal ($25/month) full story ➜

10. Start a supplements company ($24M/year)

Nick Bare from United States started Bare Performance Nutrition about 9 years ago, a supplements company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,000,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $20,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 16

My name is Nick Bare and I own Bare Performance Nutrition. We are a sports nutrition and health supplement company based out of central Texas, just about 20 minutes north of Austin.

Other than being an entrepreneur, I also create social media content for hundreds of thousands of people, spent 4 years in the US Army as an active duty Infantry Officer and am a soon to be published author of my book titled, 25 Hours A Day. I started my company in 2012 making around $15,000 in the first year of business and today we are on track to do $6 Million in revenue for the year.

I built the brand while working as an active duty Soldier, sleeping very little and working very much. Bare Performance Nutrition has always specialized in sports performance (pre-workout, pump enhancers, whey protein, BCAAs) but is now adding to the line of health supplements (greens superfoods, red superfoods, multi-vitamin, joint support) due to the increased demand and popularity from the current customers. The flight is our flagship product (pre-workout) which launched the brand in 2012 and has been one of our fastest moving products to date.

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Nick Bare, on starting Bare Performance Nutrition ($2,000,000/month) full story ➜

11. Start a jewelry making business ($48K/year)

Lindsay Ann Gottschall and Courtney Joy Bleier from United States started Ann + Joy ago, a jewelry making business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $4,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 2

Hello there! We are Lindsay Ann Gottschall and Courtney Joy Bleier, two sisters from Miami who started Ann + Joy. We make handmade real flower and resin jewelry and sell online and in stores around the world. We take pride in being one of the first companies to make real flower jewelry. During our first year of business, we blossomed almost immediately into a very successful Etsy shop. Etsy was constantly featuring our products on its website and in promotional emails. We are proud to say that since starting in early 2017 we have had over 5,000 sales online.

For all the readers, we are providing a 20% off coupon to our Etsy shop. Use code: STARTERSTORY at checkout!

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Lindsay Ann Gottschall and Courtney Joy Bleier, on starting Ann + Joy ($4,000/month) full story ➜

12. Start a glue business ($204K/year)

Tripp Phillips from United States started LeGlue LLC almost 6 years ago, a glue business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $17,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 4

I am just an average 13-year-old kid with a small business poised to eclipse half a million in sales in 2019.

My name is Tripp Phillips and I go to Dalton middle school. I play football and golf on the DMS team and still manage to do my homework and run a business. I give speeches about once a week to schools, colleges, local chambers of commerce, Rotary clubs, Kiwanis clubs along with podcasts, television and print publication interviews. I love to tell my story and try to inspire people I touch to believe they can achieve whatever goal they set for themselves. I am also one of the youngest patent holders in US history!

My product is Le-Glue, the world's 1st water releasable adhesive created for building bricks like Legos. We sell to brick builders, young and young at heart, all over the world. We are the answer to that evil KRAGGLE!

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Tripp Phillips, on starting LeGlue LLC ($17,000/month) full story ➜

13. Start a hot sauce business ($27K/year)

Mustafa from United States started Findlay Food Group about 7 years ago, a hot sauce business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,250/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 0

Hello! My name is Mustafa Mannan, co-founder and co-owner of Trini Pepper Sauce by Findlay Food Group llc. Undergrad friends and I started producing two varieties of sauce, mild [also known as “Original”] and hot, five years ago.

The sauces comprise a fresh blend of Scotch Bonnet and Scorpion peppers, garlic, cultantro and other ingredients. These ingredients provide a flavor-forward sauce that’s followed by a creeping heat. Customers often comment on the fruity flavor and full body of the sauce, which is attributed to the use of pimento and papaya. Also, the sauce has a low vinegar and sodium content compared to other hot sauces. Customers compliment this feature because it allows them to indulge and enhance the flavor of their meal, without overpowering it.

Today, the sauce is sold in specialty stores in Raleigh and Washington DC, with the majority of sales coming from our online store front. All in all we are averaging $3000/month in revenue.

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Mustafa, on starting Findlay Food Group ($2,250/month) full story ➜

14. Start a clothing boutique ($120K/year)

Gia Paddock from United States started Boutique Rye over 3 years ago, a clothing boutique.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0

Hi everyone, my name is Gia, and I am the owner of Boutique Rye. We are a women’s clothing and accessories boutique that is all online!

We have anywhere from clothes that are appropriate for work or clothes that will make you turn heads on a night out on the town. I try and buy clothes with many different styles in mind. I'd like to think that we are a one-stop shop for a diverse group of women!

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Gia Paddock, on starting Boutique Rye ($10,000/month) full story ➜

15. Start a lingerie business ($62.9K/year)

Jessica Ding from United States started LoveLornLingerie about 7 years ago, a lingerie business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $5,245/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hello there! My name is Jessica Ding and I started Love Lorn Lingerie.

Love Lorn Lingerie is a handmade brand specializing in bondage-inspired leather harnesses, lingerie and gothic accessories. I’m forever looking for ways to transform the standard “bdsm” look into something higher end, influenced by fantasy, feminism, and self-aware cynicism.

My customers tend to be women who like to feel good and look good, for themselves more than for someone else’s gaze. They are women who chase their own pleasures, who are comfortable in their own skins, or are working their way to becoming comfortable and confident. I hope that my brand can help outfit them on their journey.

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Jessica Ding, on starting LoveLornLingerie ($5,245/month) full story ➜

16. Start a skin care product line ($24K/year)

Meredith Moseley-Bennett & Yolanda Grbic from United States started Oh My Balm about 4 years ago, a skin care product line.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $10,000
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0

Oh My Balm was founded two years ago and we make kitchen-crafted all-natural body products. Our tagline is “Two Mom’s Making it Real.”

Those two moms are us: Meredith Moseley-Bennett and Yolanda Grbic, and this is our side hustle. Meredith has worked for a non-profit in the entertainment business and before that was a costume designer for theatre, film, and television. Yolanda has been a middle school teacher for 19 years and going in Jersey City school system. Between us, we have 3 kids (12, 10 & 7), two dogs, two cats, 3 guppies, 5 goldfish and a parakeet. The kids tag along with us to craft fairs, sort containers and stick on labels; the 12-year-old is great at recon at craft fairs and the 10-year-old is already a pro at merchandise display. The first-grader gets extra math lessons by helping on inventory day and loves to count drops as they go into what we create. For a video about our crew, check out TEAMOMB.

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Meredith Moseley-Bennett & Yolanda Grbic, on starting Oh My Balm ($2,000/month) full story ➜

17. Start a men's grooming company ($1.2M/year)

Eric Bandholz from United States started Beardbrand about 9 years ago, a men's grooming company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $30
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 17

I’m Eric Bandholz, the founder of Beardbrand. Beardbrand is a men’s grooming company that makes products for your beard, hair, and body. In addition to that, we also create a significant amount of content on our YouTube channel.

I serve as the Creative Director and make sure that the brand stays true to our original vision and is communicated appropriately.

We’ve bootstrapped the business from a $30 investment to seven figures in a short period of time. We’ve been expanding our product offerings with the goal of getting towards that 8 figure mark.

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Eric Bandholz, on starting Beardbrand ($100,000/month) full story ➜

18. Start a soap business ($4.56M/year)

Danielle Vincent from United States started Outlaw almost 8 years ago, a soap business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $380,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $200
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 13

Howdy! Thanks for having me here!

Outlaw Soaps was born from a love of adventure trapped in my heart, trapped inside a cubicle. I was working at the Oprah Winfrey Network in Los Angeles, and cubicle life was becoming increasingly difficult for me to maintain. I often got started with my day before dawn, and got home after dark. My life felt like an endless march toward an uncertain and undesirable destination: 401k? Retirement? The joy of going home and never leaving? These things didn’t really appeal to me at all.

Instead, my husband Russ and I craved adventure. We were involved in the Burning Man culture, so much of our adventurous pursuits involved heading out to the desert and making big art, then burning it.

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Danielle Vincent, on starting Outlaw ($380,000/month) full story ➜

19. Start a framed prints ecommerce ($3M/year)

Mehdi Kajbaf from United States started Matboard & More about 9 years ago, a framed prints ecommerce.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $250,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 10

My name is Mehdi Kajbaf, Co-Founder at Matboard and More ™, the company that makes framing your art easier than you think. We brought sophistication to one of the oldest industries on earth, picture framing.

Our website allows the unlimited choice to get your artwork framed beautifully. You can order framing supplies for any kind of art, whether it’s a standard 5x7”, or a collection of coins. No other company offers as much flexibility as us, particularly when it comes to custom matting which is our flagship product.

Black Picture Frame and Matboard with Multiple Openings

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Mehdi Kajbaf, on starting Matboard & More ($250,000/month) full story ➜

20. Become an online fitness coach ($576K/year)

Ryan Milton from United States started TeamFFLEX about 7 years ago, an online fitness coach.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $48,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

I was once just an out of shape, overweight guy with a goal to make a change. I started my health and fitness journey by losing 90lbs. The discipline and drive it took to go from never exercising at all to achieving such significant weight loss taught me a lot about goals and how to attain them.

I then became addicted to self-development and wanted to help others. I became a personal trainer and my local gym and climbed the ranks until I was the top of multiple gyms. The journey was never easy. I used to open the gym at 4 am, train until 12 take an hour off, workout myself and then be back till 8 pm before I did it all again. Believe it or not, being a top trainer still doesn’t pay all that well and at the end of the month, I would still find myself exhausted scraping up pennies.

I saw the trend for online training before it was really a thing. I remember telling all my friends and colleagues my plans to take my business online and everyone would laugh and tell me it would fail. People I looked up to, trusted and respected would tell me it was impossible and it would never work. One day, I decided to take the leap and go entirely online. Totally unsure that any success would come of it, I called my mother and told her “I will either be successful in achieving this dream or I will be homeless on the streets. And if I end up on the streets, make sure nobody helps me until I figure this out because from now on I will work for myself” That's when I launched the infantile versions of TeamFFLEX.

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Ryan Milton, on starting TeamFFLEX ($48,000/month) full story ➜

21. Start a tea business ($900K/year)

Andy Hayes from United States started Plum Deluxe Tea about 9 years ago, a tea business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $75,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 7

I’m Andy Hayes and I’m the founder of Plum Deluxe, an online purveyor of delicious loose leaf teas.

We’re based in Portland, Oregon. We are well known for our popular tea of the month club community - subscribers receive a surprise tea in the mail each month, in addition to perks like free shipping and discounts. Members also a lot of joyful community aspects such as tea swaps, postcard pals, and much more.

In addition to that, we also have an online store where you can purchase a la carte teas of your choosing. We have our own in-house production team and hand-blended each batch, to ensure the freshest flavor. We also carry a very carefully curated selection of pretty and practical tea accessories such as infusers, mugs, and tea add-ins like honey and sweets.

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Andy Hayes, on starting Plum Deluxe Tea ($75,000/month) full story ➜

22. Start a subscription box business ($4.8K/year)

Lindsay Scholz from United States started Vowed Box Co. about 3 years ago, a subscription box business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $400/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

I’m Lindsay Scholz, and I’m the founder of Vowed Box Co. – a line of curated, quirky gift boxes with non-traditional brides in mind.

Vowed came to me as an idea in the shower one morning at the start of 2018 (where all of my best ideas are conjured, apparently!) and once I nailed down the name of the business I knew that I had to run with it and make it a reality.

Vowed currently offers four different products: the ‘Bride With A Plan’ box, the ‘I’m A Chill Bride’ box, the ‘Be My Bridesmaid?’ box and an online option for purchasers to build their own custom gift box for themselves or for brides-to-be that they know.

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Lindsay Scholz, on starting Vowed Box Co. ($400/month) full story ➜

23. Start a hair product line ($7.8M/year)

Mikey Moran from United States started Private Label Extensions about 8 years ago, a hair product line.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $650,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $14,000
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 20

Hi! My name is Mikey Moran and I am one of the owners of Private Label Extensions. We started this company a little over 5 years ago to create another option for women looking for amazing quality hair and entrepreneurs looking to get into the hair industry.

Private Label Extensions is a hair distribution and technology company that builds hair brands from A to Z for entrepreneurs looking to get into the industry. We provide a variety of hair extension products including, hair extensions, wigs, frontals, closures, and much more. We also provide custom hair branding packaging and labels, websites, dropshipping, and wholesale options.

When we began this company we started off with an affiliate model and had distributors that sold our branded products. It wasn’t the best model to use in the hair industry and then found a gap, which was people wanting to start their own hair brand versus selling someone else’s brand. About a year and a half into the company we pivoted the model so that people couple purchase hair to sell for their own brand.

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Mikey Moran , on starting Private Label Extensions ($650,000/month) full story ➜

24. Start a 3d printing business ($3.96M/year)

Roy Kirchner from United States started Ultimate 3D Printing Store over 5 years ago, a 3d printing business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $330,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $65,000
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 4

My name is Roy Kirchner, an entrepreneur from Odessa, Florida. After years spent in the automobile and marketing and advertising industries, I decided in 2014 to form a new company solely focused on emerging new technology, 3D printing.

When we officially opened the business in 2015, we primarily sold 3D printers, accessories, and printing filament and provided technical support to assist local manufacturers, schools, and 3D printing enthusiasts. Now, five years later, we have expanded our footprint significantly to include partnerships with all of the major international 3D printing manufacturers.

We are an authorized reseller, we create reseller channels with individuals all across the country and, in some cases, we serve as the U.S. master distributor for certain manufacturers and their products. Also, we now are working closely with certain manufacturers to create new retail sales channels in specific subset markets such as 3D dental printing applications. We also are moving beyond 3D printing, per se, in creating startup innovation labs that include 3D printing but also incorporate other technologies such as laser cutting, desktop waterjet, and CNC routers.

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Roy Kirchner, on starting Ultimate 3D Printing Store ($330,000/month) full story ➜

25. Start a liquor company ($1.2M/year)

Umberto Luchini from United States started Wolf Spirit Distillery about 4 years ago, a liquor company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 5

My name is Umberto Luchini, and I am the founder and proprietor of Wolf Spirit Distillery, which crafts Blood x Sweat x Tears vodka, and imports Tom of Finland Organic Vodka. Our distillery is based in Eugene, OR (in a former laundromat).

Our flagship product is Blood x Sweat x Tears vodka, hand-distilled by Ben Green using locally sourced ingredients: soft white winter wheat from Hamilton Ranch (on the Rattlesnake Ridge in Washington state) and purified waters from our local Cascade mountains. The copper column distilled liquid is then freeze filtered to achieve an exceptionally smooth vodka that manages to retain much of the character of the grain. The brand name derives from Sir Winston Churchill’s famous World War II speech -- "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat” -- which over time evolved into “blood, sweat, and tears.” That kind of effort captures the spirit of both our entrepreneurial journey and our vodka.

We created Blood x Sweat x Tears for misfits: people who are pursuing their own dreams. I am one of those people: I walked away from a very comfortable CMO job with a multi-national liquor company to found Wolf Spirit, which is named in honor of that kind of independence. I had become a misfit in the corporate world and needed to follow my own path. The first two years were -- I assure you -- almost all blood, sweat, and tears; but now, in our third year, we are off to the races: in the first six months of the year our vodkas became available in 23 states, and by the end of the year we should be in 40, and in important chain stores such as Total Wine and WalMart. Just to put that into context, that type of growth usually takes 4 years.

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Umberto Luchini, on starting Wolf Spirit Distillery ($100,000/month) full story ➜

26. Start a rv rental business ($120K/year)

Gretchen Bayless and Taylor Hood from United States started ROAMERICA about 5 years ago, a RV rental business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 5

We are Taylor Hood and Gretchen Bayless, founders of ROAMERICA. A company that specializes in adventure vehicles, including 4wd campervans.

ROAMERICA offers campervan rentals for the ultimate road trip. We have 4wd and 2wd campervans available. All have 5 seat belts, 2 beds, fridge, sink, stove, heat and plenty of storage for all your gear. All are car seat friendly too! The fleet comes fully stocked with everything you’ll need to camp off the grid (camp chairs, table, full kitchen set up, bedding, Rumpls, headlamps, etc.). See the whole list here!

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Gretchen Bayless and Taylor Hood, on starting ROAMERICA ($10,000/month) full story ➜

27. Start a furniture business ($444K/year)

John Humphreys from United States started Humphreys about 4 years ago, a furniture business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $37,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

My name is John Humphreys and I started Texas Rover Company which has recently been rebranded as Humphreys. Humphreys is a lifestyle industrial design brand, which creates classically inspired leather, wood, and metal products. Another arm of the brand is Humphreys Build, which focuses on architecture and design projects.

Our flagship product is the Humphrey Chair, a twist on a fold-up camping chair made with full-grain Argentine leather. This was my first design and the product the brand was built around.

Initially, the company grew rather quickly, we sold 50 chairs at $16,000 within the first year. We gained a large following, opened new doors, and brought in new customers very early. All of which was accomplished at a high price point.

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John Humphreys, on starting Humphreys ($37,000/month) full story ➜

28. Start a computer accessory business ($60K/year)

Brad Agdern from United States started TechKeys over 8 years ago, a computer accessory business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $5,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $1,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

My name is Brad Agdern, and I am the founder of TechKeys, an online retail store dedicated to mechanical keyboard parts and accessories. What is a mechanical keyboard you might ask? If you are old enough to have experienced computer keyboards from the late ’80s and ’90s, you undoubtedly can recall the satisfying “snick” or “thunk” that each keypress made, giving you a tactile feedback that the key was pressed. Most modern keyboards leverage a technology known as “rubber dome” which is cheaper to manufacture as well as allow for lower-profile keyboards.

As a result of this shift to cheaper “mushier” feeling keyboards, a growing community of enthusiasts has popularized the mechanical keyboard as a high-end option for gamers, programmers, PC builders, and office professionals. This Google trends chart shows how it has taken off since 2008:

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Brad Agdern, on starting TechKeys ($5,000/month) full story ➜

29. Start a gardening tools company ($4.8M/year)

Parker Garlitz from United States started True Leaf Market almost 47 years ago, a gardening tools company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $400,000/ month
  • Founders: 4
  • Employees: 95

I’m Parker Garlitz, one of the Co-Founders of True Leaf Market. We are an independent seed company offering heirloom, non-GMO and organic seeds. We also offer growing supplies and starter kits. We sell to home gardeners up to professional growers. We offer traditional vegetable garden, flower and herb seeds as well as specialty seeds like microgreens, sprouts, and wheatgrass. The other Co-Founders are Lance Heaton, Kaitlin Jones & Robb Baumann.

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Parker Garlitz, on starting True Leaf Market ($400,000/month) full story ➜

30. Start a custom prints business ($300K/year)

Zach Katz from United States started Framed Tweets almost 4 years ago, a custom prints business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $25,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hi! I’m Zach Katz, and I started Framed Tweets to give people a simple way to beautifully frame their favorite tweets as art, to remember and enjoy forever.

You can frame any tweet you want, or pick one from our gallery of tweets from Twitter icons like Kanye West, Donald Trump, or Elon Musk. They come in three styles: Ornate Gold, Sleek Black, and Giant Canvases (which fill an entire wall)!

We launched in May of 2017, grossing about $20k in our first year, followed by $110k in 2018. We’re on track to double that in 2019 as we continue to scale our advertising.

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Zach Katz, on starting Framed Tweets ($25,000/month) full story ➜

31. Start a socks business ($12M/year)

Dane Jensen from United States started Sock Club almost 10 years ago, a socks business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $1,000,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 31

Hi, Dane Jensen here, my business partner Noah and I run Sock Club. Our flagship product is socks of course. We started Sock Club as a monthly subscription where we would deliver a pair of unique socks to our customers every month. As we’ve grown we’ve developed a manufacturing supply chain here in the United States. Having the ability to make our own socks made it possible to enter the new market of custom socks. Now making custom socks is 90% of our business and the subscription 10%. Last year we did $12M+ in revenue and we plan to do more than that this year.

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Dane Jensen, on starting Sock Club ($1,000,000/month) full story ➜

32. Start a hair salon ($3.6M/year)

Chelle Neff from United States started Urban Betty about 16 years ago, a hair salon.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $300,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $70,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 58

Hi, I’m Chelle Neff and I’m the founder of Urban Betty.

After five years of being in my own salon suite, I took the leap in 2005 and opened my own brick and mortar. I had one contractor that worked for me in a space that housed over 10 hair stations.

After 6 months, I had my first employee. Six years later, I had about thirteen people working inside the salon company (half employees, half contractors).

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Chelle Neff, on starting Urban Betty ($300,000/month) full story ➜

33. ($120K/year)

Michael Dinich from United States started Your Money Geek about 3 years ago, .

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $2,500
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hello, I'm Michael, and I run the personal finance and pop culture blog, Your Money Geek. We like to joke that the website is a personal finance blog for people who are not personal finance junkies.

Our readers are the people who won't read other blogs because they are too 'judgey' or too 'preachy.' We use lots of pop culture references and gamification to make personal finance topics fun and accessible.

The blog grew to over 250k monthly page views in our first nine months. In our second year, we set out to hit six figures in revenue, which we hit in only eight months. Currently, the site makes over 10k a month.

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Michael Dinich, on starting Your Money Geek ($10,000/month) full story ➜

34. Start a stuffed animals business ($6M/year)

Tyler Macke from United States started SendAFriend over 2 years ago, a stuffed animals business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $500,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $1,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 20

Hello, everyone! My name is Tyler Macke and I’m the 21-year-old founder of SendAFriend, an e-commerce brand that sells stuffed animal care packages.

Our core product is the stuffed animals themselves, which we offer alongside a customizable greeting card and a few small accessory add-ons. The fluffy friend gets swaddled up in blue tissue paper and packaged in our bright blue shipping box with the ‘Someone Loves You’ motif before being sent out the door.

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Tyler Macke, on starting SendAFriend ($500,000/month) full story ➜

35. Start an online wine business ($4.8M/year)

Agent Red from United States started The Wine Spies about 14 years ago, an online wine business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $400,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 6

My name is Red. Agent Red.

At least that’s solely how most people in the wine trade know me, even after 13 years of working together.

I founded The Wine Spies in 2007, to showcase and sell incredible wines - from hidden gem wineries and big-name wineries alike. We sell a different wine every 24 hours at winespies.com, and we only sell wines that we absolutely love. We go ‘above & beyond’ with customer service, and our loyal fans (we call our customers our ‘Operatives’) around the country have stayed with us for much longer than most customers stay with other wine companies.

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Agent Red, on starting The Wine Spies ($400,000/month) full story ➜

36. Start a lego reselling business ($19.9K/year)

Matthew Fiore from United States started Summerfield's Toys over 3 years ago, a LEGO reselling business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $1,661/ month
  • Starting Costs: $2,500
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

My name is Matthew Fiore, a senior in high school and a long-time LEGO lover. I also turned my passion into a business. Three years ago I started Summerfield’s Toys, an online reseller of LEGO sets and individual bricks.

I’ve been building with LEGO since I was 4. I love the feel of the bricks in my hands and the creative process of recreating a model or making my own creation, whether it be spaceships, bases, or cities.

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Matthew Fiore, on starting Summerfield's Toys ($1,661/month) full story ➜

37. Start a web development business ($744K/year)

Ty Fujimura from United States started Cantilever Web Design & Development over 9 years ago, a web development business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $62,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $10,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 6

I’m Ty Fujimura, Founder, and CEO of Cantilever Web Design and Development. We work with clients from the International Monetary Fund and IBM to local small businesses and startups. They come to us because they are looking for superior results from their websites, and we deliver that by providing their visitors with an outstanding experience and giving them a reason to come back.

Our core value is “Digital Hospitality” – the idea that a website is a place people inhabit, not a billboard they see from a distance. We like to say we aren’t just a technology company, we’re a hospitality company. I’m so proud when I read our Glassdoor reviews and our Clutch reviews, both of which speak to the effort we’ve put in to make work better for our clients and our people.

Me (center) with my dear colleagues Brian Kuperman (Left) and Nikki Munson (Right) in LA

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Ty Fujimura, on starting Cantilever Web Design & Development ($62,000/month) full story ➜

38. Start a home equipment business ($780K/year)

Zachary Brown from United States started Moki Doorstep over 3 years ago, a home equipment business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $65,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hi, My Name is Zach Brown and I am a full-time firefighter paramedic. But the real reason I'm being interviewed is because I am the founder and CEO of Moki Doorstep. I’m sure you're asking yourself what in the world is that? It’s a common question for us. Well, to put it simply its a vehicle rooftop assistance step. Our product, the Moki Doorstep helps its users easily access the roof of their vehicle.

During our 1 month Kickstarter campaign, we did $110,000 in sales and around 3,000 units. Following Kickstarter, we appeared at the New England Camping and RV Expo and did an additional $6,000 in sales for the weekend event. We were lucky enough that we had immediate interest from a larger company that wanted to license the product.

Today we no longer manufacture the product. After taking a look at the bigger picture we realized that licensing was the way to go. Today we are partnered with the outdoor and rooftop accessory brand Rightline Gear out of North Carolina to bring you the Moki Doorstep.

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Zachary Brown, on starting Moki Doorstep ($65,000/month) full story ➜

39. Start a gym management software ($1.2M/year)

Dan Uyemura from United States started PushPress about 8 years ago, a gym management software.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 8

Hey everyone, I'm Dan Uyemura - CEO of PushPress.

PushPress is a modern boutique gym management system. Our mission is to help gyms manage and grow their business more efficiently than their competition, allowing them to win out their local market.

To date, we’ve bootstrapped our business to over $100,000 MRR. We’re especially proud to be the only platform in our space who serve the best interests of our clients first, having no investors to answer to.

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Dan Uyemura, on starting PushPress ($100,000/month) full story ➜

40. Start a money lending company ($3.6M/year)

Michael Mikhail from United States started Stratton Equities about 4 years ago, a money lending company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $300,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 20

My name is Michael Mikhail and I’m the Founder and CEO of Stratton Equities, the nation’s leading hard money and NON-QM (non-qualified mortgage) lender to national real estate investors, with the largest variety of mortgage loans and programs nationwide. We specialize in unique private money loan programs with the lowest rates in the industry and work directly with Real Estate Investors, Mortgage Brokers, and Realtors.

In 2017, I noticed how the mortgage industry had transformed after the regulations presented from 2008-2012, and knew it was time to set out something on my own - I literally started Stratton Equities with the last $1000 that I had and within the first six months, we grew to $1M. To date, we have grossed over $3M.

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Michael Mikhail, on starting Stratton Equities ($300,000/month) full story ➜

41. Start a decorative pillow business ($540K/year)

Danielle Oakey from United States started Danielle Oakey Shop about 5 years ago, a decorative pillow business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $45,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hi, my name is Danielle Oakey and I am the founder and owner of Danielle Oakey Shop.

I run an online store that sells decorative pillow covers made from vintage and high-quality fabrics. I focus on curating pillow combinations that ultimately make it easy for my customers to decorate their home.

The pillow shop continues to grow every month and is projected to do $400,000 in sales in 2018.

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Danielle Oakey, on starting Danielle Oakey Shop ($45,000/month) full story ➜

42. ($120K/year)

Lisa Miller-Mecham from United States started Creative Fashion Blog about 3 years ago, .

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $50
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hello! My name is Lisa Miller-Mecham. I’m a creative mom of 4 who runs a craft/sewing website called CreativeFashionBlog.com. I started out as an accessory designer, turned award-winning fashion designer, turned DIY blogger… and now a profitable sewing pattern maker.

Creative Fashion Blog maintains several streams of passive income where I can set my own hours, be present for my family, and share my creativity, projects, and tutorials.

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Lisa Miller-Mecham, on starting Creative Fashion Blog ($10,000/month) full story ➜

43. Start a niche blog ($288K/year)

Starter Story from United States started Starter Story over 3 years ago, a niche blog.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $24,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 2

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Starter Story, on starting Starter Story ($24,000/month) full story ➜

44. Start a niche web design business ($240K/year)

Scott Bishop from United States started Up And Social almost 7 years ago, a niche web design business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $20,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $2,500
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hi, I'm Scott and I am the founder of Up And Social, a Boston web design and SEO company that specializes in helping small businesses.

Web design and local search engine optimization are the main services we offer. Combined these services account for more than 80% of our monthly revenue.

Our website prices start at around $7,000 and our SEO packages start at $650/month. These prices allow us to be very selective with our clientele. In the beginning, it was a much different story, I would take on anything remotely related to web design.

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Scott Bishop, on starting Up And Social ($20,000/month) full story ➜

45. Start an online t-shirt business ($1.12M/year)

Brian Wysong from United States started Tumbleweed TexStyles over 9 years ago, an online t-shirt business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $93,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 2

What’s up Y’all! My name is Brian Wysong and I am the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of a Texas-inspired apparel brand called Tumbleweed TexStyles.

We are a lifestyle apparel brand that serves over 150+ retailers throughout Texas and the southern United States. We also sell our products online and at music, beer, wine and bbq festivals throughout Texas. In addition, a part of our business includes custom design work for bands, musicians, breweries, wineries, brands and other businesses that fit our style and niche. Our company sells an estimated 90,000+ products a year and have shipped products to all 50 states and to over 12+ countries. Our core competency is our uniquely hand-drawn designs sold on cotton/polyester softstyle unisex t-shirts. We also sell hats, stickers, koozies, glassware and home decor.

Our flagship design is our Texas Towns design that my Co-Owner and Creative Director designed. Just like most of our designs, this is a hand-drawn or lettered work that we put on a t-shirt. People love seeing this shirt at stores or at events because they like to look for their hometown. What makes it so fun, is that not all of the Texas towns are included. Only ones we as a team had some sort of experience or connection with. This has been our bread and butter for our brand since day one.

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Brian Wysong, on starting Tumbleweed TexStyles ($93,000/month) full story ➜

46. Start a home building company ($6M/year)

Michael J Parnell from United States started MPC Builders almost 9 years ago, a home building company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $500,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 4

My name is Michael Parnell, and I am the founder of MPC Builders. We provide general contracting services for custom home construction along the Jersey Shore, as well as commercial projects throughout NJ and the Philadelphia metro area.

We’re known for our open-book style of construction management, we educate our clients on all aspects of their project, from cost and budgeting to constructability and schedule. Most builders keep that information close to their chest, almost guarding the details as a way to protect themselves from conflict. We believe that an educated client is a happy client and one that will become a raving fan of our company.

We also understand that our clients have busy lives, and cannot afford to have the construction of their projects impact their lives. So we handle everything for them and keep them informed at all times on the progress of work on-site, the current cost tracking against their budget, and the overall schedule of completion.

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Michael J Parnell, on starting MPC Builders ($500,000/month) full story ➜

47. Start a medical device company ($960K/year)

Amy Baxter MD from United States started Pain Care Labs over 14 years ago, a medical device company.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $80,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 8

Great business ideas sometimes intrude while you’re trying to do something else.

As a pediatric emergency doctor, I was trying to teach other doctors not to cause unnecessary pain. When I realized that patients care more about their own pain than doctors do, I invented a vibrating ice pack bee called Buzzy(r) to block pain from my kids’ vaccinations.

It worked. And as I got more disturbed by kids unnecessary pain in the emergency department, I decided to apply for a $1.1 million NIH small business grant to research and develop Buzzy.

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Amy Baxter MD, on starting Pain Care Labs ($80,000/month) full story ➜

48. Start a dog treat business ($180K/year)

Lucas Walker from United States started Treats Happen about 6 years ago, a dog treat business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $15,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0

We’re Lucas Walker and Riley Wallbank, and we are from Toronto. We make all natural dog treats with our company Treats Happen.

Our flagship product is our beef lung dog treats. Dogs go crazy for it and their parents love that it’s healthy and made without fillers or additives. We’re making about $15K per month right now but expect that to consistently double by the end of the year as we launch our new branding and increase distribution.

One of our biggest learnings is that we aren’t just an e-commerce company, we’re a brand. Many people who want to start a business look to be direct to consumer through their own website. We look to be available on as many profitable channels as possible.

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Lucas Walker, on starting Treats Happen ($15,000/month) full story ➜

49. Become a software developer ($4.2M/year)

Max Rice from United States started SkyVerge, Inc. about 8 years ago, a software developer.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $350,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 32

Hi all, my name is Max Rice, and I’m the co-founder and CEO of SkyVerge, where we build software tools that help over 100,000 eCommerce brands manage and grow their online stores. Our customers are mostly small to medium-sized businesses in all kinds of verticals.

We’re the largest seller of plugins for WooCommerce, like WooCommerce Memberships, a complete membership solution for WooCommerce stores. We also run Jilt, an all-in-one email marketing platform built for the unique needs of eCommerce stores.

My co-founder Justin Stern and I started SkyVerge in 2013 and we’re a globally distributed team of over 30 people, with revenue of $350,000 per month.

Team SkyVerge at our 2019 team retreat in Scotland

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Max Rice, on starting SkyVerge, Inc. ($350,000/month) full story ➜

50. Start a sneaker reseller business ($60K/year)

Chris Casseday from United States started 513 Kicks almost 4 years ago, a sneaker reseller business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $5,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

My name is Chris Casseday, and I am the founder of 513 Kicks, an online sneaker shop that offers collectible athletic shoes at unrivaled prices. I founded 513 Kicks in 2017, but I have been selling sneakers online for over 21 years. The type of sneakers that are featured in the shop are ones that are in high demand, vintage, or bring feelings of nostalgia to my customers. In other words, these are not sneakers that you’ll find at your local brick and mortar retail store today.

Our typical customers are people that truly love sneakers. They place an emphasis on strategically adding new pairs to their collection, even though they probably have enough sneakers to last them their entire lifetime already. While sneaker collecting is not a new thing, within recent years it has become more mainstream, with athletes, celebrities, and Fortune 500 companies jumping on board. Of course, social media is a huge amplifying factor as well.

Prior to launching 513 Kicks, selling sneakers online would bring in some money for me on a sporadic basis - $100 one month, $500 the next. Now, after almost two years, the average profit per month is around $2,000. The biggest shift came through branding my selling efforts as “513 Kicks” as opposed to just another guy that loves sneakers, and sells them occasionally. This added a layer of credibility that has resulted in me making new connections, easily obtaining new inventory with large profit potential, and much more.

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Chris Casseday, on starting 513 Kicks ($5,000/month) full story ➜

51. Start an instagram fan account ($6K/year)

Sammy Sternberg from United States started @zekefeed over 4 years ago, an instagram fan account.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $500/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hello, my name is Samuel Sternberg, I’m 15 years old and I created the Instagram page @zekefeed. It’s a fan page for NFL player Ezekiel Elliott and has exploded over the last 2 years. In the last couple of months alone I’ve gained nearly 20,000 followers.

My source of revenue currently is selling ads and I hope to create my own products as well.

My customers are anyone wanting to promote their product or brand. I’ve grown over 50,000 engaged followers within the last 2 years and continue to grow.

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Sammy Sternberg, on starting @zekefeed ($500/month) full story ➜

52. Start a mystery game ($60M/year)

Ryan Hogan from United States started Hunt A Killer almost 5 years ago, a mystery game.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $5,000,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $2,500
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 62

Hello, my name is Ryan Hogan and I am the Co-founder and CEO of Hunt A Killer, an innovative entertainment company that delivers clues, items and correspondence to your doorstep each month, which immerses Members in an interactive story. We have a total of four brands: Hunt A Killer, our murder mystery for true crime fans; Empty Faces, our paranormal investigation for horror fanatics; Escape The Invasion, our science fiction thriller for those looking to survive an alien apocalypse; and Team Building Kits, our business-to-business product that brings corporate teams together and improves company culture through quarterly experiences that create a fun and challenging environment.

Hunt A Killer started with 146 subscribers in October 2016. In August 2019, we shipped our one-millionth episode and continue to see signs of massive growth in the immersive entertainment space.

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Ryan Hogan, on starting Hunt A Killer ($5,000,000/month) full story ➜

53. Start a mens grooming product ($42K/year)

Ray Moyers from United States started HUSKYBEARD over 4 years ago, a mens grooming product.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $3,500/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hi I’m Paul, a 22 year old Korean American entrepreneur and founder of HUSKYBEARD, a 6-figure beard grooming brand. This was my first ever business and I’ve since sold it. I am now operating another Shopify store with a partner, on set to produce $1M by next year. I also consult and mentor eCommerce store owners on ecomswift.com.

With HUSKYBEARD, the focus from the start was to build a strong brand with beautifully crafted, unique, premium quality beard care products for passionate beardsmen. Our customers and community are men who are passionate about their beards and identify their beards as a lifestyle choice, rather than a grooming choice.

I’ve scaled using Facebook Ads primarily, with some SEO, Amazon, Reddit, and Email Marketing on the side. I’m proud to have accomplished a 30% customer retention rate with this passionate community.

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Ray Moyers, on starting HUSKYBEARD ($3,500/month) full story ➜

54. ($24K/year)

Reid Simkovitz from United States started Scruffie over 1 year ago, .

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $25,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

My name is Reid Simkovitz and I am the Founder and CEO of The Scruffie, which is a neck groomer that allows individuals to shave the back of their necks! We officially launched the first-ever neck shaver in April of 2020.

The Scruffie has been featured on Business Insider, Cheddar, Yahoo’s In The Know, and Barstool Sports, in addition to funding a Kickstarter that has amassed over five million impressions.

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Reid Simkovitz, on starting Scruffie ($2,000/month) full story ➜

55. Start a healthy snack food business ($6M/year)

Ryan Chen from United States started Neuro over 5 years ago, a healthy snack food business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $500,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 12

Hey there! My name is Ryan Chen and I am the co-founder of Neuro, a functional gum, and a mint company that delivers energy, clarity, and focus in a minty and refreshing way.

Back in October 2015, one of my best friends from college (Kent Yoshimura) and I began developing the idea for Neuro when we realized there was a lack of portable, healthy, or effective alternatives to energy drinks or supplements. Both Kent and I trained in athletics at a national level and to find products that would help us balance life and school was nearly impossible.

During a scuba diving trip, we realized that there had to be a better way to get energy, clarity, and focus that was shareable and can be taken anytime, anywhere… And immediately, in the form of gum and mints!

Now with over 12 million pieces sold, we have customers ranging from college students to senior citizens - all people looking for a little boost for their body and mind.

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Ryan Chen, on starting Neuro ($500,000/month) full story ➜

56. Start a photo printing business ($18M/year)

Jainam Shah from United States started CanvasChamp about 9 years ago, a photo printing business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $1,500,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $10,000
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 180

Hello, my name is Jainam Shah, and I am one of the founders of CanvasChamp. We make a variety of custom photo products for home decor and gifting purposes, most notably canvas prints, acrylic and metal prints. We have a lot many other products already launched and soon will introduce even more.

Our top selling product is Canvas prints, and that’s also with the only product that we started our business with back in 2012.

We have a lot of varieties when it comes to canvas prints on our website. We let people design their favorite photos and images into single canvas prints, split photo canvas, multi-panel canvas, hexagon canvas, and many more ways.

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Jainam Shah, on starting CanvasChamp ($1,500,000/month) full story ➜

57. Start a screen printing business ($960K/year)

Adam Tanaka from United States started Life and Limb Printing almost 11 years ago, a screen printing business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $80,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 3

Hello! My name is Adam Tanaka and I own a company called Life and Limb Printing. We are a screen printing and full-service merch company that specializes in merch production for breweries, outdoor clothing companies, and restaurants with a little bit of everything else sprinkled in.

In 2016, we became automated bringing on our first auto screen printing press which changed our output drastically. We went from printing about 120 pieces an hour on a manual press to hitting anywhere from 500 to 800 pieces an hour.

Since officially launching the business in 2010, we had our best month last year in October 2018 at $80,000 and now we are set to hit 1M by the end of 2019.

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Adam Tanaka, on starting Life and Limb Printing ($80,000/month) full story ➜

58. Become a freelance app development business ($960K/year)

Andrew Askins from United States started Krit almost 7 years ago, a freelance app development business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $80,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 8

Hi, I’m Andrew 👋I like to joke that I’m a jack of all trades and master of pun…

I run Krit, the software agency for non-technical founders. We partner with people who are experts in their field to help them design and build their Minimum Lovable Product. We get in super early and truly help our clients design and build apps from the ground up. Sometimes they’ve prototyped their ideas with a spreadsheet or a couple of no-code tools, but they don’t have any software yet.

We’re massive product nerds who care about all of the little design details the make great products stand out, while also having deep technical knowledge. Basically… come for the pretty designs, stick around for the well-written code.

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Andrew Askins, on starting Krit ($80,000/month) full story ➜

59. Start an online courses business ($1.44M/year)

Rasmus & Christian Mikkelsen (or Mikkelsen Twins) from United States started Mikkelsen Twins almost 3 years ago, an online courses business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $120,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 2

We are Christian and Rasmus Mikkelsen, also known as the Mikkelsen Twins online. We run an online education company where we help people to build an online book publishing business. The reason why we teach what seems like a random/kinda weird online business model is because it’s what changed our lives almost 3 years ago and freed us from the life path we were heading down (were in the middle of a business degree in community college and there was absolutely no hope for a truly happy and fulfilled life if we had continued to take that path in life).

It’s insane to write this and reflect on the past and now look at where we are today. 2 years ago, we were just 2 very shy, insecure identical twins (and best friends) trying to overcome our fear of speaking on camera. Now we’ve built an online education company with over 800 students (probably over 1,000 by the time you’re reading this). I can confirm we’ve helped many dozens of people to build their publishing business to where they have been able to quit their jobs for good and live a life of freedom and exploring the world. I’ve also learned the majority of people never share their success stories with us, so I’m sure 100+ of our students have accomplished the same without telling us haha!

The one and only program we sell at the moment (we will begin building program #2 in the coming months) is called Audiobook Income Academy 2.0. It’s an online training program that teaches people how to build a profitable book (and audiobook) publishing business. It includes over 30 hours of step-by-step training, an incredible online Facebook group and we host live coaching calls for all students twice a month.

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Rasmus & Christian Mikkelsen (or Mikkelsen Twins), on starting Mikkelsen Twins ($120,000/month) full story ➜

60. Start a personalized gift business ($1.2M/year)

Dmitriy Peregudov from United States started GiftBasketsOverseas.com almost 14 years ago, a personalized gift business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 60

Hello Stater Story readers! My name is Dmitriy Peregudov, I am a founder of GiftBasketsOverseas.com, a company offering global gift delivery in 200+ countries Worldwide.

We service two groups of customers: personal and corporate gift senders.

On a personal side: think of family members living overseas looking to send gifts, or parents sending a gift to their child, an exchange student studying abroad. Imagine a couple separated by a long distance constantly needing to send flowers, gifts, and personal messages to keep relationships warm.

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Dmitriy Peregudov, on starting GiftBasketsOverseas.com ($100,000/month) full story ➜

61. Start a surfboard business ($960K/year)

Angela Watts from United States started Slyde Handboards over 10 years ago, a surfboard business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $80,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 3

My name is Steve Watts, I am the founder and co-owner of Slyde Handboards with my wife Angela. Slyde is based of out of San Clemente, California. Handboards are little surfboards that strap to your hand that give you more lift, speed and control when bodysurfing.

Handboards have been around for centuries, nobody is quite sure where or when they started, but there is evidence of the ancient polynesians using palm fronds or drift wood placed on their hands to get more speed, distance and lift when bodysurfing. A handboard is the perfect ocean toy, which allows anybody no matter their age or skill level the ability to ride a wave like a pro. Handboards are the most portable and lightweight wave riding equipment, which means you don't have to be the local pack mule when going down to the beach It is a sport that is super easy to learn and safe for kids to get comfortable in the ocean, without having the worry of a big board. As with any awesome sport it’s fun to master, plus it’s perfect for getting barreled. Our handboards allow you to take your ocean fun to the next level. We also have pro-models that are ridden by the very best bodysurfers in the world at some of the best surf breaks, like Pipeline and Waimea in Hawaii to Australia, Brazil, and beyond.

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Angela Watts, on starting Slyde Handboards ($80,000/month) full story ➜

62. Start a craft granola business ($99.6K/year)

Ashley Chase from United States started Birdseed Food Co. almost 4 years ago, a craft granola business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $8,300/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hello, my name is Ashley Chase and I am the founder of Birdseed Food Co., a super-healthy, more fun, less sweet, a craft granola brand that I started March 3rd, 2017.

My flagship products are my three granola flavors: Original, Toasted Honey, Goldenola; Turmeric and Ginger, Oat-Free and Kasha Crunch.

I currently distribute my products via retail markets, Amazon and direct-to-consumer. On average I am bringing in $8,300 a month in revenue.

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Ashley Chase, on starting Birdseed Food Co. ($8,300/month) full story ➜

63. Start a food blog ($180K/year)

Mason Woodruff from United States started Kinda Healthy Recipes almost 4 years ago, a food blog.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $15,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $10,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

My name is Mason Woodruff, and I run Kinda Healthy Recipes, a food blog with around half a million sessions per month. We create recipes, guides, and resources for food-loving fitness enthusiasts.

Our revenue comes from display advertising, exclusive content via Patreon, affiliate marketing, and the occasional brand partnership. In total, the blog brings in $15k-$20k per month, and revenue has roughly doubled every year since going full time in 2018.

And as of this year, we’re now a 2-person, husband and wife team.

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Mason Woodruff, on starting Kinda Healthy Recipes ($15,000/month) full story ➜

64. ($39.2M/year)

Yi Li from United States started Renogy over 10 years ago, .

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $3,265,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $160,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 45

Hello, my name is Yi Li, and I founded Renogy. Renogy is a renewable energy company that specializes in providing DIY solar solutions for everyday life—whether that is to power an off-grid vehicle or an at-home backup power supply.

We carry a range of products from compact panels to attach to your backpack while hiking to large-scale systems to outfit your cabin. Our specialty lies off-grid kits. For solar beginners, the learning curve can seem steep, but we're here to educate and provide them with easy-to-use solutions. To make the process less daunting for new users, we carefully curate kits with the necessary components for a functional system. By taking the guesswork out of solar, it helps alleviate extra stress from the decision-making process so that consumers only need to worry about correctly sizing their system.

Our products are especially popular with customers ages 40-60 who are either looking to outfit their vehicles with sustainable power for weekend boondocking trips or their RVs for retirement traveling. However, due to rising trends in sustainability, minimalism, and cross-country travel, we've become increasingly popular in those ages 20-40.

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Yi Li, on starting Renogy ($3,265,000/month) full story ➜

65. Start a coffee brand ($24K/year)

Laure Lemboumba from United States started Golden Made Kafé almost 2 years ago, a coffee brand.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $7,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

My name is Laure Lemboumba, Founder and Owner of Golden Made Kafe INTL, LCC. We are an online coffee supplier providing a variety of coffee products inspired by American, French, and African recipes. Our office is headquartered in Houston, Texas and also we have a subdivision in Gabon (in Central Africa).

We launched our coffee brand, Golden Made Kafe, to give our customers a productive day while discovering an immersive experience behind their cup of coffee. We sell our products through two distinct channels of distribution: direct consumers and local supermarkets.

Our best-sellers are the Golden Hazelnut, Sweet N’ Pecan, and Breakfast Blend.

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Laure Lemboumba, on starting Golden Made Kafé ($2,000/month) full story ➜

66. Develop a seo software ($2.64M/year)

Todd Hooper from United States started Prerender.io over 7 years ago, a seo software.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $220,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 4

My name is Todd Hooper, and I’m a software engineer. I founded Prerender.io in 2014. Prerender.io allows search engines to crawl SEO-friendly versions of React, Angular, and Javascript websites.

As a solo founder and employee, I bootstrapped Prerender.io from zero to $2.5 million in ARR over 5 years!

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Todd Hooper, on starting Prerender.io ($220,000/month) full story ➜

67. Start a finance blog ($1.2M/year)

Michelle Schroeder-Gardner from United States started Making Sense of Cents over 9 years ago, a finance blog.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $100
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hello! My name is Michelle Schroeder-Gardner, and I run Making Sense of Cents, a personal finance and lifestyle website that helps readers earn more, save more, and live more.

Me, my husband, and our two dogs currently travel and live full-time on a sailboat. We first bought an RV in 2015 and started traveling full-time that way, and about 1.5 years ago we decided to start sailing.

I started Making Sense of Cents back in 2011, completely as a hobby. I did not know that blogs could make money, how they made money, or even really what a blog was. I started it just for myself so that I could talk about my finance journey and talk to others who were interested in personal finance as well.

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Michelle Schroeder-Gardner, on starting Making Sense of Cents ($100,000/month) full story ➜

68. Launch a ski goggles brand ($840K/year)

Curt Nichols from United States started Glade Optics about 5 years ago, a ski goggles brand.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $70,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $5,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hey! My name is Curt Nichols and I am the founder of Glade Optics. We build premium goggles and helmets for recreational skiers and snowboarders.

Our primary revenue driver is our line of ski goggles: the Challenger Goggle, Adapt Goggle, and Magflight Goggle. Each of these goggles has a unique feature set that is tailored to a specific type of skier and the set of weather conditions they typically ski in. To complement this product line, we also offer ski helmets and a variety of other ski-related accessories to enhance our customer’s experience on the slopes.

Our goggles, helmets, and accessories stand out from the competition because of their favorable price point and easily understood feature set. Where our competitors have overcomplicated their messaging and over-engineered their products, we have taken the approach of simplifying the buying process and speaking to our customers as if they were our friends out on the chairlift.

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Curt Nichols, on starting Glade Optics ($70,000/month) full story ➜

69. ($120K/year)

Rachel Ritlop from United States started The Confused Millennial about 5 years ago, .

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $500
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

I’m Rachel Ritlop, the founder of The Confused Millennial, a lifestyle blog for millennials figuring out this whole #adulting and #momming things together.

I also work as a blog and business consultant. As a blog consultant, I work one-on-one with budding bloggers to create profitable, scalable websites with engaged audiences. As a business consultant, I’ve worked with major brands like Century 21 and Coca Cola on millennial marketing initiatives.

In less than 3 years of launching the blog, I reached over 2 million people, generating upwards of 6 figures annually, with multiple $20k+ months focusing on brand partnerships, content creation, and consulting. My work has been seen in Forbes, Fast Company, and Popsugar to name a few.

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Rachel Ritlop, on starting The Confused Millennial ($10,000/month) full story ➜

70. Start a woodworking business ($216K/year)

Brett Burdick from United States started Brex International, LLC over 4 years ago, a woodworking business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $18,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $45,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hello, my name is Brett Burdick and I am the founder (this is the first time I’ve used that term) of Brex International, LLC which is sort of the umbrella company for The Hedgehog business that I’ll be talking about here.

My flagship product is The Hedgehog which is a patented spiral featherboard that is used in woodworking for improving quality and safety. A featherboard is mainly used on a table saw where it firmly holds a board being ripped (cut lengthwise) against the fence (the stationary “wall” the board is referenced against). A featherboard accomplishes two main functions:

  1. Maintains constant pressure against the board for a smooth, even cut,
  2. Helps reduce the chance of kickback which is where the board rides up onto the spinning blade and is violently thrown back toward the user.

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Brett Burdick, on starting Brex International, LLC ($18,000/month) full story ➜

71. Start a smart home camera business ($12M/year)

Yun Zhang from United States started Wyze Cam over 3 years ago, a smart home camera business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $1,000,000/ month
  • Founders: 4
  • Employees: 30

My name is Yun Zhang and I am the CEO of Wyze Labs, as well as one of the founding members. We founded WYZE Labs in July 2017 and launched our first product, a smart home camera – the Wyze Cam – in October of the same year.

Within our first six months of launch, we’ve been fortunate to have sold over 300,000 units and foster a thriving user community that we rely on every day for product feedback.

Our mission at Wyze Labs is to make great smart home products and make those products accessible to everyone.

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Yun Zhang, on starting Wyze Cam ($1,000,000/month) full story ➜

72. Start a dating coaching business ($42K/year)

Ta'Veca Collins from United States started Romance On The Go, Concierge Services about 9 years ago, a dating coaching business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $3,500/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hello! I'm Ta'Veca Collins, MSW, Registered Clinical Social Worker (Florida) Owner and operator of Romance On The Go, Concierge Services (ROTGO-Est. 2012), a small business that promotes romance and intimacy.

Two years ago, I recently lifted the suspension of operations and have been promoting business again. I have taken a lot from my marriage (9 years), my parent’s marriage (62 years), and my clinical background as a Clinical Social Worker (I have over 13 years of experience working with families and couples) merged them and created ROTGO.

ROTGO's services include; standard romance concierge services (Romantic Room Designs (AKA Suite Experiences & more) date night planning services, marriage proposal services, membership services, wedding night concierge services (AKA Honeymoon Suite Designs), and wedding vow concierge services.

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Ta'Veca Collins, on starting Romance On The Go, Concierge Services ($3,500/month) full story ➜

73. Start a sex toys business ($28.8K/year)

Liam Valentine from United States started Sex Toys For Men Co. over 4 years ago, a sex toys business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,400/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 0

My name is Liam Valentine.

The business I run is SexToysForMen.Co -- the .com was taken by a domain seller, unfortunately, yet the .co domain has sufficed.

Our flagship product is our 10-Speed Prostate Massager, alongside a series of other toys for men and, yes, women too.

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Liam Valentine, on starting Sex Toys For Men Co. ($2,400/month) full story ➜

74. Start a crime scene cleanup business ($33.6M/year)

Nick-Anthony Zamucen from United States started Bio-One about 13 years ago, a crime scene cleanup business.

  • Country: United States
  • Revenue: $2,800,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 7

Hello reader and thanks for stopping by. Let me start off by saying I hope you’re not reading this during the day when you should be working on your business.

Don’t use me as a distraction for you to not take action, the action that will either put you on top of your competitors or start your company on the right path.

By the way, my name is Nick-Anthony Zamucen and this is how I approach business, my life and all that is important, which is everything. Everything matters. I founded Bio-One Inc., Best Option Restoration (BOR), Uncle Vito’s Pizzeria and St. Home Care, which all are franchised companies.

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Nick-Anthony Zamucen, on starting Bio-One ($2,800,000/month) full story ➜

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